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The dalles Daily Chronicle. N
Entered at the Postoffice at The Dalles, Oregon
ai second-class matter.
HOW TO RUN FAR AND FAST.
Keep tue Knees Bent, Lean Forward and
Lift tlie Feet Very Slightly.
Physiologists and lovers of athletics
may be interested in recent experi
ments , and researches of a French
artillery captain, SI. de Itaoul, who,
some fifteen years ago, began to try
and find out the most economical and
: least trying way of walking. There
are many manners of walking, says
the Popular Science News, some of
which are much devoid of grace, but
it may be supposed that as far as effi
ciency is concerned one must be better
than the others. M. de Raoul has
come to the conclusion that, as far as
fast walking is concerned, the best
method is that which he calls marche
enflexion. The principle is to run
without leaping, to raise the body
above ground as little as possible, to
keep the knees bent, the upper part of
the body inclined forward, so that
practically- you are always running
after your center of gravity. The feet
must be raised only very slightly. M.
de Eaoul, who has now some years of
experience, says that he can now take
any man between twenty and sixty
and teach him to run as long as his
legs can carry him without getting"
out of breath. Some men can, on the
very first trial of the method, run seven
or eight miles without stopping, while,
with the ordinary tactics, they could
not have run over one mile. The first
kilometer (a kilometer is five-eighths
of a mile) is usually covered in seven
minutes and a quarter, the second in
six minutes, and the third in five min
utes and f ortyrfive seconds An inter
esting feature of M. de Raoul's re
searches is that even after a long run,
according to his method, a stiff walk is
no trouble at all; the muscles which
work in both cases do not belong to
the same set, and while one exercise is
performed the muscles which minister
to the other rest.
V A ONE-GUN
THE TAME CROW.
Little Love Wanted on Him by HI Wild
It is a well-known - fact that wild
animals and birds do not care to re
ceive back into their society a member
that has lived a season with man as a
pet. This was illustrated in a noisy
manner out near Pleasant Ridge, ac
cording to the story told fay a (witness
to a Cincinnati Times-btar reporter.
"A tame crow," said he, "had for sev
eral years cawed around the farmhouse
of our neighbor, and was seated on a
fence away out on the farm cawing
when a great flock of crows came along
and settled in the field. . The tame one
grewfrantic, cawing and scolding till
the attention of the flock was attract
ed to it. Rising en masse the flock
circled around and alighted on the
fence about thevtame one, which be
came frightened and flew up. It was
followed by the others, which crowd
ed about it in its flight and forced it to
fly farther and farther away from the
farmhouse and over a great wood.
There they all set on it and pecked it
and clawed the poor thing till its flight
was marked with feathers falling. All
this time they kept up a terrible caw
ing and calling. They would undoubt
edly have billed the poor bird, but it
spied a man at work in the woods and
dropped down to him. He proved a
friend, and Jim Crow was soon perched
on his shoulder cawing defiantly at his
relatives who had cast him from
among them, but who now flew to a
i V '
Was Secured They
Safely fire It.
The rulers of the miniature republic
of Andorra decided recently that the
country should . possess a "cannon.
Krupp, therefore, was ordered to man
ufacture one of the most modern type.
The great gun arrived at its mountain
destination a short time ago, and was
placed on the highest point in the
"country." so that the citizens could
. see that the valley was well protected
..A dav was appointed to try the can-
" non, which was able to send "a ball
- eighteen kilometers. Just as the two
: artillerymen of Andorra were ready to
fire it occurred to one of the prudent'
citizens that the shot might cause some
trouble. The territory of the republic
Andorra does not extend over more
than six kilometers. To direct the
' hot, therefore, toward the surround
ing mountains would be the same as
: firins on France or Italy, as the ball
would necessarily fall on the territory of
- one of these countries. A war might be
" the result. 1 1 was then decided to shoot
the ball in the air, but some one sug
gested that it would endanger the lives
of too many people in its descent, and
possibly bore a great hole in the re
public of Andorra. Good council pre
vailed and the two artillery men were
commanded to unload the gun. The
shot has not yet been fired, and the
good republicans are uncertain what
to do with the expensive gun.
i Plastic Marble.
In one account of Rome the author
mentions five or six slabs of plastic
marble as being in the possession of
Prince Borghese. Being set on end,
they bend backward and forward;
when laid horizontally and raised at
one end they form a curve; if placed
on a table and a piece of wood or
any other substance is laid under them
they fall into a kind of curve, each
end touching the table. Abbe Fortis
was told that they were dug up
near the town of Mondragon, in the
kinedom of Naples. The grain is like
that of fine Carrara marble, or perhaps
of the finest Greek. They seem to
have suffered some attack of fire. A
slab of marble similar in every respect
to those described, and highly pol
ished, has been exhibited for more
than twenty-five years at the British
museum. M. Fleuvian de Belvae sue
ceeded in making common granular
limestone, a granular quartz, com
pletely flexible by exposing to
a certain degree of heat. In Lincoln
cathedral. Eneland, there is an arch
"built of white marble which is quite
-elastic, yielding to a heavy tread, and
returning or rebounding to its original
position on true elastic principles,
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Dated at Dalles City, this 6th day of Jan., 1894.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
- Land Office, The Dalles, Or.
. ' Jan. 23. 1K84.
Notice 1s herebv given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Receiver at The Dalles, or., on March o,
K. I. Pi teller,
Homestead No. 2553, for the 8EJ4 of Sec. 26, Tp. 4
'He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz : ' '
C. V. Woodruff, C. L. Morris, J. E. Wing and
C. E. Hayward, all of Tygh valley, ur.
j27m3 , JOHN W. LEWIS, Register.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land Office, The Dalles, Or.,
Dee. 7. 1893.
krH! la hnrebv given that the following-
named settler has pled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support - of his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the register and receiver at The Dalles, Or., on
t eDruary J.u, ibv, viz. ;
Jacob D. Roberts,
Homestead No. 2516, for the BE of
NEW, and NK of SE, and SWJ4 of SE, ot Sec.
1 T O a ME W M. .
'He names the following witnesses to prove his
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